WARNING: any and all of the following stories may contain foul language, sexual situations, explicit depiction of sexual activity (both heterosexual and homosexual), lemurs, violent situations, and poor grammar. Well, all right, not the poor grammar. You read at your own risk; I bear no responsibility if you are disturbed by anything you find within.
+ Final Fantasy 7 +
- Nursery Rhymes: This is not so much a single work of fan fiction as a story arc; it grew out of my interest in the character of Hojo, and my questions as to how he could have turned out to be the type of character he was in the game.
- The Conscience of the King: An NC-17 rated novel-in-progress about the Shinra corporate culture and what it's like to grow up in. It's updated slowly, yes, but I haven't forgotten about it, and I dream that one day, someday, I might be able to get to write the scene I'm writing the whole damn thing for. (Yaoi, Rufus/Reeve)
- Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies: Hojo celebrates holiday cheer in his own way, and drags Gast along for the ride. Special thanks to the guys at Brown University who did it first. Written as part of the Technomancy Yule 2001 Season.
+ Final Fantasy 8 +
- The Measure Of My Dreams: Okay, I'll
confess: I wrote this a long time ago. Just after I beat the game,
honestly. And I hated it. (The story, not the game.) And then, I dug it
out, poked at it a little, took the old ending and spun it off into
another story I'll write someday, and here it is. Maybe it doesn't suck
- Euphony: This can probably best be
described as "bawdy" -- in other words, it'd be dirty if I'd used
different words and been just a little bit more explicit. Yes, it's
about sex. And it's narrated by Irvine. And I had a lot of fun with
the internal rhyme. And I'm not gonna tell you any more about it.
- Northern Cross: ...Okay, look, I hate songfics. But this one just had to be said.
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One of those "letters I've written, never meaning to send". From Laguna, to someone he misses too much. Written as part of the Technomancy 2001 Yule Season.
+ Final Fantasy 10 +
- Walk With Me: Braska, Auron and Jecht are waylaid on their pilgrimage to perform one of a summoner's primary duties.
- Mercy Street: This story doesn't make much sense; it's not supposed to. It starts in the middle. Or maybe at the end. Or maybe it doesn't really start at all. At any rate, it's about Yunalesca, and Yunalesca doesn't make much sense either. There's some poetry in there. See if you can find it.
- Lives Last: Sometimes, there are things that are better off not being said. Yuna runs across one or two of them when she has a conversation with Auron.
+ Xenogears +
- Tensions Rising: Towards the tail end of the war with Solaris, personal difficulties get a little too large for Roni to ignore.
- Confessions: Shortly after the founding of the new nation of Aveh, a traveler seeks solace in Nisan's cathedral, and forgiveness for the things that he did not do.
- Bastard Sons: In a wreck that used to be a village, Citan and the man who used to be Lacan have a quiet chat. Written with help from Arielle.
- Mourn Not for Angels: Who guards the guardian? Who will stand by his side and face the world with him? And what if every time someone tried, he found himself nothing but more alone?
- Mothers of the Disappeared: A look at perhaps one of the most ignored characters of the game, and proof that sometimes strength can be found in the most unexpected places.
- Love-Song of an Angel: A look into the mind of the Guardian Angel, in free verse.
- Blessed the Sorrowful: "Blessed are the sorrowful; they shall find consolation." Or so says the Bible; but Citan, at a time of his greatest need, suffers a crisis of the faith when he discovers a few bits of the truth.
- Midwinter Morning: After Aveh has been reclaimed, Bart shakes a few old traditions in order to keep to what he believes to be right. Written as part of the Technomancy 2001 Yule Season.
- "...To Thy Rest": One hundred years after the end of the game, the last of the heroes returns to face what he has left behind him. But was it worth the price he paid? Sequel to "Mourn Not for Angels".
- The Biblical
Files: A series of short character pieces looking into the minds of
the Xenogears characters at crucial moments of their lives. Originally intended to have one for each book of the Bible, but this is mostly the Project That Time Forgot.
+ Vagrant Story +
- The Color Of Her
Countries: Co-written with Whitney C. The story of Sydney, as he
gives up his previous life and takes the first step into a new one, and
the guide he receives.
- Ashley's Song: ...I honestly, truly, cannot
begin to explain either a). what this poem is about or b). why it really
is a piece of Vagrant Story fanwork. Just trust me on it.
- Night of Silence: On a night much like any other, waiting for the return of light into the world, Callo and Joshua take a moment for "might have been"s. Written as part of the Technomancy 2001 Yule Season.
- Night Shift: Two thousand years after
the ending of the game, the Bearer of the Rood Inverse has a headful of ghosts and no place to let them free.
+ Shoujo Kakumei Utena +
- Jamais Vu: Sleepless: A minor character
from the series gets center stage, to reflect on the process of putting
him there -- not realizing that, in taking center stage, he's committed
himself to more of a role than he might be ready for. Heavy spoilers for
up to episode 29, light spoilers for the ending, dealing with things that
are not yet revealed in the episodes commercially available in the
US. Follows anime continuity.
- Sunshine and Saturdays: A Jamais Vu side-story, following in the same continuity, in which Ruka and Mikage take a moment.
- Jamais Vu: Take a Picture: Touga's Jamais Vu story, in which the boy with no story of his own gets a voice at precisely the right time.
- Jamais Vu: Wish You Were Here: On Christmas Eve, Ruka gives his roommate a phone call, even though it's not precisely raining in Baltimore. Written as part of the Technomancy 2001 Yule Season.
+ Weiss Kreuz +
- Half Sick of Shadows: In the curious gap at the beginning of Season 2 of the anime, Omi tries to avoid thinking about what has happened, as he looks for someone very important.
- City Walls and Dirty Dreams: A brief look at how Nagi might have come to work with Schwarz.
- Under the Table and Dreaming: While Aya-chan lies sleeping in her coma -- tied up and twisted, the way he knows so well -- one of her captors watches her there through the window. I'm not even a huge DMB fan, but my god the references just fit.
- Faith: Ken's first Christmas with the team isn't exactly what he had been expecting. Written as part of the Technomancy 2001 Yule Season.
- Zünde Eine Einzige Kerze: Schuldich pushes Nagi one inch past the breaking point, and gets a reaction that he never would have expected. Written with help from Whitney R.
- TGIF: Shortly after joining up with Weiss, Aya keeps a Friday night commitment, which makes Youji far too curious.
- Coffee Break: Nagi disturbs Crawford at work, and gets the expected result. Written with help from Whitney C.
- Heartbeat To The Void: Ken lies on the roof and remembers an old friend.
- Friday I'm In Love: Aya-kun keeps an appointment for the first time in eight months, knowing full well where it will lead. Written with help from Whitney R.
+ Tokyo Babylon/X +
- Alternate Universes: ...So I haven't read the damn series, and Arielle was bitching about people trying to give Subaru and Seishirou a happy ending. And this was what happened from it. Winner of the 2001 Tokyo Babylon/X Fanfic Awards (Angst/Drama)
+ Suikoden/Suikoden 2 +
- Where The Heart Goes: "Where the heart goes, the sword will follow," reads the old Warrior Village proverb. Flik and Hix have a talk about tradition on a very important morning. Written for the Technomancy 2001 Yule Season.
- To Lucasta, On Going To The Wars: Such a long and pretentious title for such a short piece of fiction, but I make no apologies. When Viktor is injured, Flik sits by his bedside and thinks.
- The Upper Hand: Culgan thinks he knows who's boss in the relationship, but Seed isn't willing to put up with it for long.
+ Harry Potter +
- Deck the Halls: Just a cute little Marauders vignette, involving enchanted mistletoe and youthful hijinks.
+ Cowboy Bebop +
- Slip: An attempt to write both Bebop as film noir, and a story in which Spike gets laid which does not suck. This was inspired by Keri trolling fanfiction.net for NC-17 Bebop fic, and wanting to claw her eyes out with what she found.
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